Tier Mobility, the German electric kick scooter company recently acquired by former F1 champion Nico Rosberg is launching a new series of electric scooters. The company’s first purpose-built LEVs have been developed and manufactured in a strategic partnership with Okai.
Tier Mobility will now begin rolling out localized versions of the scooters in Austria, Switzerland, France, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. In June, a five-digit fleet of scooters will also be introduced in Germany.
The manufacturer claims the vehicles boast “significantly longer life, greater comfort and improved security features” and are built on a modular basis, allowing for easy and quick adaptation for local vehicle requirements. Further, the solid design also prevents vandalism and allows for longer maintenance periods of up to a year, says Tier Mobility.
Tier Mobility also adds that the next updated version of the e-scooter may roll out as soon as “this summer”.
dgap.de (In German)